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Sitting atop a purple throne, Madonna kicked off the tribute with a version of “Nothing Compares 2 U,” which Prince wrote and Sinead O’Connor recorded. She as teary-eyed as she sang the song, videos and photos of Prince projected behind her.
Adele is reportedly to sign a £90million record deal — the biggest ever handed to a British musician.
The 28-year-old Skyfall singer’s Sony Music contract tops the £80million EMI paid Robbie Williams in 2002.
It is also the most valuable for a woman, eclipsing Whitney Houston’s £70million from Arista in 2001.
The Preucil School of Music, established in 1975, is internationally known for excellence. We offer a wide range of Suzuki method-based Instrument Lessons, group classes, orchestras, and chamber music for all ages; an arts-based Preschool for children from three to five years old; and Music Together® classes for children from newborn to four years old and their parents.
Suzuki training is life training.
The Preucil School of Music seeks to provide excellence in music and early childhood education based on the Suzuki philosophy of instruction.
The Preucil School of Music is dedicated to the development of ability in all children. We teach according to the philosophy of Shinichi Suzuki, who has proven that particular talents are not inborn, and that all children can develop their abilities in music and other areas to a high level if they learn in the manner that they learned to speak their "mother tongue."
The Preucil School offers excellence in early childhood education and music instruction for students of all ages in a caring, nurturing environment. It helps parents and children to share in the learning process, serves as a center for involvement in varied early childhood and musical activities, and attempts to create a rich musical and educational environment in the community.
The Preucil School believes music training is life training, of equal importance to all children regardless of economic status. It aims to keep tuition affordable, and offers aid to those students in need of assistance who demonstrate a desire to learn.
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The artist known as Prince has died ... TMZ has learned. He was 57.
Prince's body was discovered at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota early Thursday morning.
Multiple sources connected to the singer confirmed he had passed. We've obtained the emergency dispatch call for a "male down, not breathing."
After a year together, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have marked their major relationship milestone with jewelry and a dessert, natch.
The "Bad Blood" singer and the deejay, real name Adam Wiles, commemorated their young love on social media, with her posting a picture of her new golden locket on Instagram on Sunday evening and him SnapChatting video of a "1 year" cake.
"3.6.15 One year down!" wrote Swift, 25, posting the snapshot of the vintage-looking trinket engraved with the date.
Even though it was released months ago and has already moved millions, Adele’s 25 album continues to sporadically top the charts around the world, including here in America. This sales frame marks the tenth nonconsecutive week that the blockbuster record has landed on top. In the past seven days, 25 shifted another 100,000 equivalent units. Thus far, it has moved over eight million copies in the U.S. and over sixteen and a half million worldwide.
Ten weeks at number one is certainly an achievement, but it doesn’t even come close to how long her previous album, 21, spent at the top of the charts. That album, which was her true commercial breakthrough in the States (and for much of the world), controlled the Billboard 200 for an astounding twenty four weeks. If 25 wants to keep up, the record still has a long way to go.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have been dating since this past fall, and every picture of them that crops up shows their love growing deeper and deeper. That love was present in Cincinnati on Thursday night, too, when Blake Shelton appeared in concert at the U.S. Bank Arena.
A moment of silence. Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn are thinking about Kanye West during this, err, difficult time. The actresses appeared to be poking fun at the rapper's recent Twitter rants on Friday, February 19.